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Post Justin Bannan taking a visit to the D
I mean i guess we could use a wee more depth on the d-line considering how much we love to "rotate", but i think offensive line and linebacker are much bigger concerns than a 34yr old DT...

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July 21st, 2013, 1:50 am
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Post Re: Justin Bannan taking a visit to the D
I for one, would like to see a LB.. perhaps when some cuts are made here at the beginning of training camp there will be some available to check out.

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Post Re: Justin Bannan taking a visit to the D
millam21 wrote:
I mean i guess we could use a wee more depth on the d-line considering how much we love to "rotate", but i think offensive line and linebacker are much bigger concerns than a 34yr old DT...

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The Lions already explored all the available RTs and good 4-3 OLBs don't hit FA often. There really is nothing for them to look at other than the little stuff like a 4th DT to fill out depth. This may change once the cuts begin, but I still wouldn't get my hopes up since both OT and 4-3 OLB are positions teams have had a hard time filling with good players outside of the draft.


July 22nd, 2013, 12:57 pm
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